EDICIÓN DE HOME REALIZADO.- Este tema esta formado por dos pequeños fragmentos de dos improvisaciones llamadas EDICIÓN DE HOME y DESLIZAR REALIZAR, es, pues, una edición limitada... y realizada. Ambas improvisaciones forman parte de una serie realizada en estos días, no para ser música de Navidad, sólo para que sea la banda sonora de mis navidades, como sigo pensando que la música es un buen método para desear la paz... para quien quiera escuchar, privada y limitada paz... la foto de... Topics: IMPROVISATION, FOLKTRONIC, SOUNDPRIVATE
Fighting Lion is Álvaro Menéndez from Spain. His debut EP, “When I see the fallen leaves turning red by the setting sun my heart is overwhelmed,” folds five songs into a concise album under eight minutes in length. Each track consists of Menéndez's ukulele playing and accompanying drum machine. The EP starts with “Place by the sea,” recalling memories of forgotten seasides. “Wandering” is a reflective stroll down the street you grew up on. “Dawn” is the soundtrack to waking... Topics: no-source, folktronic, acoustic
Fighting Lion returns with his new EP, “Sparkling Days, Sparkling Nights”. This is the followup (both sequentially and musically) to last year's “When I see the fallen leaves turning red by the setting sun my heart is overwhelmed EP”. This is where we see Álvaro Menéndez grow as a musician, develop, and refine the sound that is Fighting Lion. The backbone of this EP is still the ukulele, playing Beirut inspired Balkan rhythms over the course of six colorful instrumentals. “Old... Topics: no-source, acoustic, instrumental, folktronic
PRIVATE PEACE no es música de navidad sino música para la navidad, para la mía, como una banda sonora cada vez más privada, incorporando sonoridades y también estructuras ya usados en años anteriores en un claro ejercicio de nostalgia, la diferencia está en que ya no son temas cortos sino improvisaciones muy largas, una de ellas realizada el año anterior, el leitmotiv musical se encuentra tan perdido como en cualquier tema improvisado, el leitmotiv conceptual es ALBIÑANA, una tienda de... Topics: IMPROVISATION, FOLKTRONIC, CHRISTMAS MUSIC, FOLKTRONIC MUSIC, CHRISTMAS MUSIC
Multi-Panel returns with a mini-album companion piece to last year's Train Times For Sway album. Retain Mist is initially more accessible than Train Times and still proudly carries the folktronic flag. The rhythms here are simpler, the melodies catchier. Prepare Rain's soft guitar strums hide under layers of synth blips. Restraint focuses on the minimal as acoustic guitar takes the spotlight, backed by electronic sounds and sparse vocals. Drop It boarders on the trenches of ambient music. The... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: no-source, electronic, folktronic, acoustic
Art Sonic is musical output of multi-instrumentalist Richard Lisaj. Richard brings his new album, "Roadside Sketches to No-Source. The album is full of great acoustic guitar lead instrumentals. "Roadside Sketches" is the first part of the Southwestern trilogy, a project inspired by a 3-week long road trip to the American Southwest (Colorado, Utah and New Mexico). Richard recorded a wealth of material during this trip and also did some field recordings which later, back in his... Topics: no-source, acoustic, folktronic, instrumental
The debut, self-titled release from Book of Burrow is a cozy, whimsical snapshot of instrumental folktronica. Similar in style to The Books, Book of Burrow, a collaborative project between Michael Carrier and Morgan Quirk. They build short musical pieces out of sampled instruments, snippets of recording sessions, and electronic clicks. The God Tree opens the album with hi-hat rhythms and glitch filled guitar delay. Hovel is a slow, minimal groove. Judas the Water Shrew showcases Quirk's sweet,... Topics: no-source, electronic, instrumental, folk, folktronic, laptop
"All It Takes" is the third album by Multi-Panel, the solo project of Ludo Maas. Native to the Netherlands, Ludo has been perfecting his style of loop based electronic music pared with vocals and acoustic guitar. On "All It Takes", Maas blends Lo-fi IDM with Americana, creating a decidedly cinematic experience. Each track blends to the next like scenes in a movie. Nostalgic guitar rifts become the canvas for the synthetic flourishes and expressive synth work. Drum beats and... Topics: no-source, idm, americana, acoustic, folktronic
Two downbeat tracks from Telafonica. The Man With The Golden Sickle lays a bed of acoustic guitar and bass for the beats to crack over, before clarinet improvisations have a chance to massage the ears. Side One is another moody beast created around samples of raw pasta being dropped. The 4-4-2 Music e-Single of the Month Club brings you a virtual 7" record every month featuring quirky oddities and genre escapees. If you would like to contribute to the e-single of the month club, write to... Topics: 4-4-2 Music, Downbeat, Triphop, folktronic
Following the release of Full-Source's third album "The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea" a remix contest was started to promote and expand upon the sound and themes of the album. A year and many remixes later, a companion album, "Eyes Wide & Empty Hats" enters. This album carries on the toytronic atmosphere with seven songs from the same recording session that produced the The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea as well as seven favorable remixes by new artists and No-Source... Topics: no-source, indie, electronic, folktronic, ambient, remix
Ludo Maas recorded this definitive folktronica album back in 2004 under his solo project Multi-Panel. Train Times for Sway was set for release sometime in 2005, but due to uncontrollable circumstances, the album remained lost to our ears and hidden in the vaults these past five years. For those familiar with Multi-Panel's Door EP, this album will be like coming home after a hard day's work. Electronic rhythms mix into hushed vocals and guitar, while lush synth swells cultivate richness and... Topics: no-source, netlabel, folktronic, electronic, guitar, acoustic
Tomika is the music Tom Streller from Leipzig. He combines, electronics, indie pop vocals, chamber pop structure, and a flare of the imagination. His debut EP under Tomika is an extremely mature release. You can tell that Tom has complete control over all of this production techniques and instruments. Pathos Interlude is a short song based around string instruments. Fall In Springtime shares some similarities with Tunng. The Triumph Of Our Tired Eyes starts with a field recording of a... Topics: no-source, indietronic, folktronic, pop, indie, electronic
Background Radiation, is folktronic pop. Tim Dwyer and Ludo Maas, both on different sides of the world, collaborate in a Postal Service like fashion through the internet. Moot Point is the ironically named follow-up to their ironically named debut, "False Start". Much like the first EP, these songs, layer acoustic tinkerings and mesh them with slow, electronic rhythm sections. "False Memories Take You By Surprise" is a short instrumental intro as if the opening credits to a... Topics: no-source, netlabel, acoustic, electronic, pop, indietronic, folktronic
It's difficult to classify "Stay Gold" as an album in the traditional sense. The debut No-Source release from Will Bangs is more so an initial, beautiful spark of a grand experiment than it is the final words to a long mulled over topic. This collection of work (tracks 1 - 9) represents impressive sketches and musical beginnings. As a listener, these short, loop based, instrumental pieces of guitar driven folktronica stand very well on their own. They are quiet, reflective interludes... Topics: no-source, instrumental, folk, folktronic, acoustic, remix contest
pEACEFANg is the solo project of A. Fischer from Portland, Maine. Fans of his group project, Selbyville, will notice distinct similarities between the two musical outlets. pEACEFANg delves into the minimal state of sound, focusing quiet instrumentals around acoustic guitar or Casio CT-310 keyboard. "Country Tune" begins the album with soft waves of twangy guitar drones. "ct310" showcases the lo-fi versatility of the Casio CT-310 keyboard. "Spring Breezes" sounds... Topic: no-source, folktronic, electronic, ambient, acoustic, minimal, instrumental, casio, guitar
Band of the Now is a biweekly indie-rock podcast. This installment features Norfolk, VA's folktronic singer-songwriter, Monoson. Topics: indie, folk, folktronic, monoson, brian, million, podcast, band, now
2009 EP by Ornament, entitled "Here's to Your History"; see http://www.myspace.com/ornamentronica for more details... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ornament, ornamentronica, electronic, electronica, folk, folktronic, folktronica, electrom, idm,...
mellow electronic / ambient / acoustic music. Rho is childhood friends Steve Setzepfandt and Josh Wittman. No-Source worked with Rho to curate the October Turncoat EP. October Turncoat sets out of show off Rho's more acoustic side. Each track contains washes of guitar complimented with subtle ambient texture. The EP often evokes the sounds of early Bibio or "The Campfire Headphase" era Boards of Canada. Three songs, Simpl, JW2 and The Game of Flowers are all taken from Rho's 2008... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Acoustic, Electroacoustic, Instrumental, Down Tempo, Experimental, Electronica,...
This week I take you on a sonic journey through the hottest new Latin sounds -- Iâm talking innovate futuristic type stuff! In this episode, Iâm featuring a schlode of Folktronica from some of the best DJâs and Producers throughout Mexico and South America I started the show with some brand new music from a duo called Armoniacida who just released a new EP on the indie label Tropic-ALL titled Piesta Fagana. This is a follow up to last yearâs debut album titled Amor, Palmeras, y Glitch both... Topics: armoniacida, folktronic, foltronica, latin, alternative, radio coyote, podcast, valencia, mission,...
*Mirror*, by Russian artist Gemini Tri, is a collection of beautiful melancholic songs that explore the irrevocable separation of past from present, and the continued struggles of existence. Rather fortuitously, this landmark 50th release—eight years since our inception—harks back to our own past, delivering the kind of decayed loops, echoey arpeggios and heady atmospheres that came to define Archaic Horizon’s signature sound. In his first outing as Gemini Tri, Denis Piryazev demonstrates... Topics: melancholic, daydream, troubled, mysterious, nostalgic, glitchy, contemplative, dream pop,...
2009 EP, entitled "All So Fast", by Ornament; go to http://www.myspace.com/ornamentronica for more information... Topics: electronica, electronic, indie, indietronic, folktronic, folk, folktronica, ambient, idm, ornament,...
Ola' Kool Kitchen is a show on Rock XS Radio, Magic Monster Radio, KCLA 99.3 FM in Los Angeles, 107.5 andhow.FM, Primal Radio and The Indie Authority hear more shows herehttps://www.mixcloud.com/olaskoolkitchen/ Topic: shoegaze space rock indie alternative dream pop soul garage jazz rap folktronic punk new wave
The rest of the tracks from the 2008 Ornament release, entitled "Incidents" (+ some misc. tracks not on the album) Topics: Ornament, Ornamentronica, Folk, Indie, Electronic, Electronica, IDM, Folktronic, Folktronica,...
The Necrophile Hummingbird presents a double 60 mn tape tribute to crammed records made to measure serie, the meeting of Yoshiwaku and Twin Realities Dreamers.Pain Killer is the Twin Realities Dreamers part of the full release. Maybe one is little bit too much playing raw electric riffs, when the other is playing too much playing heavenly electronic, but who care ? The better way to know is to check this free release. Recorded at the garden close Hotel Dieu in Dole the 31 th mai 2014. I want to... Topics: Twin Realities Dreamers, ed end, colibri necrophile, horsnorme, improvisation, electronic,...